Sunken hollows beneath the eyes are the bane of many people’s lives and can give you an ‘always tired’ look. They come about due to a loss of volume in the under-eye area, also called the ‘tear trough’. Careful placement of a lightweight filler gel.
Category: Tweak of the week
When your face is starting to sag, but you’re not ready for a face lift, which tweakment can bridge the gap? Increasingly, cosmetic doctors are offering thread lifts as an 'in-between' procedure. These take a very different and more direct approach.
This week’s Tweak of the Week is something rather different. It’s not a face treatment, in fact it’s not a beautifying aesthetic treatment at all, but something more fundamental. The Emsella chair uses the latest technology - high intensity focussed.
So, what do you do when you look at your face and feel that it's not just a question of softening the odd line or two - but that everything needs fixing? Well, if you were up for it, and didn't mind needles and had the budget, you could opt for.
If your genes have landed you with a weak chin, the sort that looks as if it is set back in the face so that it is receding, you used to be stuck with it, unless you were prepared for drastic surgery. Now, though, there is a tweakment option to fix.
It takes less than an hour, gives your face an instant lift and offers the potential for lasting improvement, and generally sounds too good to be true. So what is a 'radiofrequency facial' and how does it work?
Rhinoplasty, more widely known as a nose job, is one of the most popular cosmetic plastic surgery procedures around. However, rhinoplasty doesn’t come cheap and can involve considerable downtime, which is why an increasing number of people are.
I’m really excited to announce the upcoming launch of my new video series, Tweak of the Week. As you know, part of our mission at The Tweakments Guide is to make sure that you know as much as possible about all the tweakments out there before making.